U

U is for Updike? No. I have never liked the work of Updike. Actually, I have never managed to finish one novel by him.

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T

T is for Mark Twain. Or T is for Henry David Thoreau. I can’t decide.

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S

S is for … I don’t know. John Steinbeck, Gertrude Stein, Jacques Servin, Rebecca Solnit, Gilbert Sorrentino?

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R

R is for Ishmael Reed. For his crazy and funny novels.

ABC of AmLit | October 1, 2014 | 0:02 | comments (0) |

Q

Should I pass on Q? I’m afraid so.

ABC of AmLit | October 1, 2014 | 0:01 | comments (0) |

P

P is for Thomas Pynchon. Pynchon before Old Ez, Ezra Pound, and before Edgar Allan Poe. Gravity’s Rainbow: my favorite novel of all times.

ABC of AmLit | October 1, 2014 | 0:00 | comments (0) |

0930 / 36.7 / 48.5

Zelfde als gisteren. Nu met zuidenwind.

En ook terug precies hetzelfde. Nu droog en met ondergaande zon.

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O

O is for Charles Olson. He might have been a scatterbrain, poetically his vision coheres.

ABC of AmLit | September 29, 2014 | 23:50 | comments (0) |

N

N. I have to pass on N. No, I do not like Nabokov.

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M

M is for Herman Melville. Definite. Ben Marcus and David Markson have to take a seat in the second row.

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